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Maji FC Thrashes Busia FC 5-2 to Lift Big League Final Trophy

Maji FC thrashes Hioma- Busia FC to lift 2011 Uganda Big league trophy
Maji football club has lifted the Uganda Big league trophy after thrashing Busia FC 5-2. Julius Engude performed a hat trick, after netting 3 goals for Maji FC, at the big league finals played last evening at Njeru stadium.
 
 
His colleague Patrick Ssenfuka converted a penalty in the second half and Innocent Alimadri sealed the scoring spree with a late goal. Busia FC got two consolation goals from Isa Baraza and a penalty that was converted by the goalie keeper Patrick Wafula. Busia was awarded a penalty after Ayub Okwemba, was fouled in the box area.
 

Despite the defeat Peter Bwire Oguttu, Busia FC coach says that his boys are prepared for the task in the super league.
 

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Nyanzi Makumbi, captain Maji FC says their strength lies in experienced players like himself and the three goal hero Julius Engudde. He says despite the weaknesses in their defense their future is bright for him team.
 
 
Moses Magogo, chairman of the FUFA competition committee says that both Busia and Maji have qualified to join the super league next year. He says that they are waiting for the third team from the play off between Bull Bidco and Boroboro FC.

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Type Breaking news
Freelance author No
Location Jinja, Uganda
Accepted on 2011-06-10 09:46:08

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